I have had Scrivener for Windows for quite a while, but I have not had sustained time to do a full self-study. I’ve got some chapters of a novel transferred over, but often put the project aside for months at a time (to wind down my law practice, which doesn’t want to be wound down, it seems).
But here’s the problem. One reason I haven’t been able to do a lot of learning is that either in tutorial or in working with my own stuff, after about 15 minutes there is “so much going on” that my computer slows to a crawl, and the mouse itself has to wait to refresh.
I am not–absolutely not–griping about the availability of Version 3.0 (and I would gladly pay $100 for it). In fact, I didn’t even know about it until an hour ago. So my question is this: running Windows 10, with what the program says is Version 220.127.116.11, can I get well by reinstalling something, or must I wait for Version 3.0?
(I am also somewhat dubious that that is really the version that I have. 18.104.22.168 says it was released in October 2016, but I do not recall doing any kind of update (unless there is an auto-update, whenever the program is booted up).
This is a crazy good program, and I would hate to have to give it up when I haven’t really gotten started yet.
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